The resources contained herein can be freely mixed and matched with resources from any of the PVGames resource sets (you can find more here) to exponentially expand your game world!
About this bundle:
Hundreds of buildings, trees, and items all at your fingertips to make parallax maps easier and higher-quality! Buildings, trees, and objects from some of the other Medieval resource packs have been completely re-made in higher quality, along with numerous brand-new houses, buildings, and trees to supplement your resource stash! With these resources, you can very quickly build your own parallax maps effectively. These new and remastered tiles are compatible with all other Medieval resource packs.
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Other compatible asset packs on itch.io presently:
Any tree and plant assets from this creator are kind of useless because they have shadows included on the same layer as the tree itself. Be nice if they could have been separated from each other (not everyone is making a RPG Maker Clone). In fact all assets from this creator have too many restrictions, except some buildings and ground textures.
Props come in different sizes (usually tiny) again some are completely useless. For $8.99 USD its not worth it - if the pack had one larger size for each prop i.e. barrels etc that could be resized in photoshop to buyers preference and shadows were split from the main object they come on as a individual sprite then I would highly recommend it.
Be careful! These assets are not in your standard isometry (i.e. you cant make a mod for Diablo, Baldur's Gate or Starcraft with them), neither they are in the "military projection" used by say Ultima Online or Warcraft 2, but in a custom projection angle. Since 3d models are not included, you can't re-render them either. Maybe author can also provide standard angle-versions of them?